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States Visited: 1
Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay:
January, 2006 -
We stayed in this park for a month. They advertized wi-fi available in sites 1 - 66. We were in site 44 and were never able to get on the internet using their WI-FI. We heard that they had the equipment to upgrade but hadn't gotten around to installing it. The laundries consist of 3 washers 4 dryers in each bathhouse. There were two bathhouses, plus 1 laundry facility in the clubhouse. One bathhouse was missing a washer, so that put it down to 8 total washers for a campground with almost 400 sites. No change machines in the laundries, so had to get change from the office when they were open. Sometimes they were low on change. The swimming pool/hot tub area was nice. Also, nice big screen TV in the club house. The sites are large, but there are no cement pads at all, so we were always bringing in dirt. The sites are grass and dirt. When it was damp in the morning from dew we always managed to track in lots of dirt and weeds into our unit. We weren't overly happy with the attitude of the staff at the park. But, the activities director did try to do a good job of keeping some activities going for the snowbirds. The biggest problem with the park is that based on their advertising we were expecting a better park. They advertise that the bike trail is close by, but in reality it is about 1/2 hour drive to get to it. The park is great for weekend or short stays, but if you're a snowbird looking for somewhere to stay, I would suggest looking elsewhere. We camped at Rock Crusher Canyon RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.